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A professional counselor and author sharing tips on emotional security, relational health and better mental health.
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One of the hardest parts of the change process is admitting the need to change. Admitting that there is something going on that isn't working. This episode deals with the possibilities of change that come from admitting.
Halfway through 2020! How's it going? In what has been a wild year, you can still do the things necessary to get where you want to go.
In honor of Father's Day, my friend Ryan Kresge stops by to talk about how the story in our head can sabotage us. Especially when something goes wrong. And we discuss what can be done about it.
This is the third part of a three-part series about growing up in America as a black person. Jennifer, a black woman who is also in Law Enforcement, stops by to discuss her experiences.
What is it like to grow up as a person of color in America? Someone recently told me that racism doesn't exist in America anymore. Is that really the case? I struggle to believe so. Because of the struggle, this episode is the second of a three-part series where people who have grown up experiencing racism talk about their experiences. My friend and mentor, Ted Boykin stops by to share his experiences.
What is it like to grow up as a person of color in America? Someone recently told me that racism doesn't exist in America anymore. Is that really the case? I struggle to believe so. Because of the struggle, this episode is the first of a three-part series where people who have grown up experiencing racism talk about their experiences.
Has fear become a virtue? If so, what does that mean for society? Is that the reason we have identity politics? Also, how do we discuss George Floyd? Why do so many people seem to be unwilling to say that putting your knee on a man's neck who is in handcuffs is wrong? Buckle up, today's going to be wild ride.
Grief is something that comes for us all. We all will experience it at some point or another in our lives. In this episode, I relate my own experiences dealing with the passing of my mom and the anniversary of the last time I talked to her in this life.
Our world has a long and dark history of racism and terrible things being done because of it. And this podcast, let's talk about how we talk about racism.
What are ways wew can intentinoally engage better conversations. This episode has ideas that will help you develop your conversation skills with people with whom you disagree.
You can be a conversation grower or a conversation killer, but you can't be both. I might be running for political office and what happens when a client asks me if I support Trump? Listen on, my friends.
How should we engage people that we not only disagree with but that we also feel are a danger to others? Plus a book reccomendation.
What happens when we stop telling people what to think or how to greive and engage in skills designed to make us a better listener?
When we face distress, we have the opportunity to respond or react. With a little foresight, we can utilize response to better the world.
Every stressful interaction you have is an opporunity to learn about yourself. Examining your actions to learn about your values is imperative for every relationship we have.
There is a difference between what you feel and what you do. We can experience negative emotions and still treat people well. Behavior is not dictated by emotions.
During this uncertain time grace and empathy are more important than ever.
For people who live with special needs, there are everyday challenges for them and their loved ones that most people never have to consider. Today's episode is an interview with the mother of a child with osteogenesis imperfecta or brittle bone disease.
Anger as a way of life has devastating consequences. Why aren't we talking about angry people in society? And, I have an exciting announcement.
Parenting gone wild! One listener asks, "What does it mean to raise men today?" I share the fact that I am afraid we've lost our minds in parenting and offer seven axioms to shore up the boundaries a little bit.
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